NEW: To help even more Spire customers access energy assistance through DollarHelp, we've made three changes to the program:
Now, if your household income is 300% of the federal poverty level, you may qualify for DollarHelp funding—up from 200% for Missouri and 150% for Alabama.
The Spire foundation provided an extra $100,000 to the program for the 2022-2023 winter heating season.
Now, each family is eligible for more funding—up to a maximum total annual DollarHelp pledge of $1,000 per year.
If you qualify for DollarHelp, simply call Spire's customer service line
and mention you'd like to learn more about DollarHelp.
We'll guide you through the process from there.
Once you enroll, Spire will match donations up to $150,000 per year. Then, our partner, United Way, distributes 100% of those funds to social service agencies. So, when a family requests help, we all share the warmth.
We believe energy exists to help people. To warm their homes, fuel their businesses and move our communities forward.
Because this belief is at the heart of what we do, we created the DollarHelp program—a program that helps thousands of families every year. In 2007, we formed a relationship with United Way to manage the program so that 100% of those funds go directly to social service agencies.
In FY22, nearly 1,700 pledges, totaling more than $640,000, helped Spire customers across Alabama and Missouri stay warm.